Summer is finally here, which probably means you’ve been craving a show as relaxed as you want to be. On that front, HBO has the perfect pick for you. This June marks the return of Betty, the network’s Gen Z skating comedy.
Betty, a show about skating friends trying to make it in this male-dominated hobby, isn’t like most shows. There aren’t intensely high stakes or deep betrayals. Instead, it separates itself as a peaceful reflection on friendship that’s as chill as its often-stoned characters. Here’s how you can watch Betty Season 2 on HBO.
When Does Betty Season 2 Premiere?
Now’s a great time to break out your board. The second season of HBO’s skating series premieres this Friday, June 11. New episodes of the comedy will premiere on Friday nights.
What Time Does Betty Season 2 Premiere?
If you’re looking for a refreshing break from your own action-packed life, you’ve found it. Betty Season 2 premieres on HBO this Friday, June 11 at 11/10c p.m. It will be followed by Real Time with Bill Maher.
How to Watch Betty Season 2 on HBO
No matter how you cut it, you’re going to need access to HBO. Fortunately, that’s a pretty easy thing to acquire. If you have HBO Now or HBO Max, congratulations. You can watch Betty this Friday night. If you want to watch it live, either make sure your TV is set to HBO or make sure your HBO username and password are logged in. Boom, you’re all set. Betty is also available to watch through HBO’s add-ons through Amazon Prime Video and Hulu.
If you don’t have HBO, you’re out of luck. The premium cable network is really the only way you can watch this one.
What’s Betty Season 2 About?
Crystal Moselle’s skater comedy revolves around a group of skater friends who just want to be treated with as much respect as the men in their sport. Season 1 was all about discovery. The first six episodes of the series saw these skating women meet each other and slowly start to become friends. That friendship was cemented in “Ladies on Fire”, an episode that saw Kirt’s (Nina Moran) dreams of an all-girl skating group come true.
Season 2 will probably focus on the expansion of this group. There’s also new dynamics to consider. Toward the end of last season, Honeybear (Kabrina Adams) got into a fight with her girlfriend and Indigo (Ajani Russell) moved in with Camille (Rachelle Vinberg). Basically things may be changing, but life’s still chill in this relaxed world.
Watch Betty on HBO